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Wrestler Jon Huber Dies At 41



Jonathan Huber, who wrestled for AEW under the name Brodie Lee and for WWE under the name Luke Harper, has passed away. Jon Huber was reported to have died today December 26 2020. Circumstances surrounding his death is not yet known as at the time of filing this report.

His wife took to her Instagram account to announce that Brodie Lee has passed on.

Read: My best friend died today. I never wanted to write out those words. My heart is broken. The world saw him as the amazing @brodielee (fka Luke Harper) but he was my best friend, my husband, and the greatest father you would ever meet. No words can express the love I feel or how broken I am right now. He passed surrounded by love ones after a hard-fought battle with a non-Covid related lung issue. The @mayoclinic is literally the best team of doctors and nurses in the world who surrounded me with constant love.

On top of that, I can’t express my love and admiration for the way @allelitewrestling has treated not only my husband but myself and my kids.


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WWE Superstar, Drew Mclntyre has also reacted to the sudden demise of Jon Huber, describing him as a great man.

In a series of tweets, he wrote – Our entire brotherhood and industry mourn tonight. In addition to his incredible passion and talent, Jon was above all else, a great man, who loved his family more than words can say. Please keep them in your thoughts. I’ll see you down the road, brother.

Jon Huber made his first major debut working for WWE as Luke Harper, finding success in the Wyatt Family stable and in the Bludgeon Brothers tag team. After his release, he was signed by AEW and quickly became one of their top stars, becoming a major fixture of their weekly television show AEW Dynamite and heading the popular villainous stable, the Dark Order. However, he had been kept off the show for weeks.

He started off his wrestling career as a backyard wrestler, performing under the ring name Huberboy #2 with the likes of Colin Delaney and his real-life brother, who worked as Huberboy #1. Huber was eventually formally trained by Kirby Marcos and Rik Matrix in Rochester, New York, and Tony Mamaluke in Schenectady, New York, and made his debut for Roc City Wrestling (RCW) in 2003, working under a mask as Huberboy #2.

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